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From: Jan Norris (188.8.131.52)
Subject: Re: straighteners (esspecially chi vs. fhi)
Date: May 10, 2007 at 6:33 am PST
In Reply to: straighteners (esspecially chi vs. fhi) posted by Madhi on May 6, 2007 at 2:08 pm:
There has been a lot of hype concerning the wet to dry irons, but that is all it is because these irons are EXTREMELY damaging to the hair. Throw it away!!! The claim is that it does not create any stress to the hair, but that is a lie! I spoke to a Dermatologist/Dermapathologist who said it is one of the worst things you can do to the hair because it is actually boiling the moisture inside the hair shaft. This is not good for the hair and the damage can take months to repair. Anytime you are using a flat iron, the hair needs to be dry and it is essential to use a heat protectant. I am fond of a product called Beyond Shine by Aquage. The product is made of a very high grade of silicone and will not make the hair greasy, but will provide wonderful "slip" so the iron will glide on the hair. Chi makes a product called Silk Infusion, that is also wonderful, but it is a liquid and I think a spray gives better application and control. Look for a one inch, ceramic iron with a temperature control and stay completely away from using the iron to DRY your hair!!
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